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Moral Philosophy, from Socrates to the 21st Aeon By Andreas Sofroniou
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CONCEPT OF ETHICS Ethics are a set of human rules, which morally allow an individual to interact in, or live freely within a group of people. This may be in society at large, a team, a professional... More > body, or a group of people with similar interests. Historically, ethics or moral philosophy, are as old as human comprehension. These can be traced back to the pre-historic prohibited and accepted patterns of attitudes. Through the ages, attempts were made by thinkers to clarify the way people behave, share things, mix in numbers, and maintain standards. In modern times, the catalogue of such values and rules become part of all professions. Ethical contacts change with the advent of a new belief, codes of practice and reliance on each other. People live in societies for what they can get out of it. What exactly and how much one can get out of society will depend on the ethical standards set in the respective state. Ethics as such, will include the religious beliefs, the laws, and social norms.< Less
The Perfect Revolution: The Moral Imperative for Perfecting Life By The Very Revd. Stuart W. Lambert
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In The Perfect Revolution, author Stuart W. Lambert examines, from an ethical perspective, what has been previously understood as human development and addresses the corruption of the moral good in... More > that realm. Building on Lambert’s master’s thesis, this study demonstrates how the prevailing immoral human development policies and practices—under the sway of globally entrenched Friedmanite/Reaganite Revolutionary Capitalist philosophy—exponentially multiplies structural inequality and represents a choice for death. Lambert outlines the next generation UNDP—MDG program predicated on needs-based rights and points the way forward to the flowering of human development flowing from adopting an ethically centered approach, together with a broader social justice methodology. The Perfect Revolution communicates that the worlds of theology, philosophy, and academia must always be in the service of practical, moral living.< Less
The Perfect Revolution: The Moral Imperative for Perfecting Life By The Very Revd. Stuart W. Lambert
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In The Perfect Revolution, author Stuart W. Lambert examines, from an ethical perspective, what has been previously understood as human development and addresses the corruption of the moral good in... More > that realm. Building on Lambert’s master’s thesis, this study demonstrates how the prevailing immoral human development policies and practices—under the sway of globally entrenched Friedmanite/Reaganite Revolutionary Capitalist philosophy—exponentially multiplies structural inequality and represents a choice for death. Lambert outlines the next generation UNDP—MDG program predicated on needs-based rights and points the way forward to the flowering of human development flowing from adopting an ethically centered approach, together with a broader social justice methodology. The Perfect Revolution communicates that the worlds of theology, philosophy, and academia must always be in the service of practical, moral living.< Less
The Perfect Revolution: The Moral Imperative for Perfecting Life By The Very Revd. Stuart W. Lambert
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In The Perfect Revolution, author Stuart W. Lambert examines, from an ethical perspective, what has been previously understood as human development and addresses the corruption of the moral good in... More > that realm. Building on Lambert’s master’s thesis, this study demonstrates how the prevailing immoral human development policies and practices—under the sway of globally entrenched Friedmanite/Reaganite Revolutionary Capitalist philosophy—exponentially multiplies structural inequality and represents a choice for death. Lambert outlines the next generation UNDP—MDG program predicated on needs-based rights and points the way forward to the flowering of human development flowing from adopting an ethically centered approach, together with a broader social justice methodology. The Perfect Revolution communicates that the worlds of theology, philosophy, and academia must always be in the service of practical, moral living.< Less
Annie and Terry By Thatyana Morales & Marina Morales
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A tale of curses and bravery, Annie and Terry is a wonderful story full of suspense at the end of every chapter. It's about two sisters living a simple life when one is cursed and turned human while... More > the other must find a potion to save her. Annie needs to return to Terry before the end of the 6th day.< Less
Annie and Terry By Thatyana Morales & Marina Morales
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A tale of curses and bravery, Annie and Terry is a wonderful story full of suspense at the end of every chapter. It's about two sisters living a simple life when one is cursed and turned human while... More > the other must find a potion to save her. Annie needs to return to Terry before the end of the 6th day.< Less
Moral Values: What I Learned Growing Up in Church By Jimmy Reader
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Can the Christian church, divided over different beliefs about moral values, create Safe Places so people can live together in love through the practices of compassion, grace, and generosity? Moral... More > Values: What I Learned Growing Up in Church is an invitation to the church to find common ground in Jesus’ life and words. Love is the ultimate moral value; and compassion, grace, and generosity are the practices of love which empower us to live together in the love of God and one another to which Jesus called us. Listen to scripture and to the story of one man’s journey of transformation rooted in what he learned as a child growing up in church – that moral values follow the path of love.< Less
Moral Values: What I Learned Growing Up in Church By Jimmy Reader
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Can the Christian church, divided over different beliefs about moral values, create Safe Places so people can live together in love through the practices of compassion, grace, and generosity? Moral... More > Values: What I Learned Growing Up in Church is an invitation to the church to find common ground in Jesus’ life and words. Love is the ultimate moral value; and compassion, grace, and generosity are the practices of love which empower us to live together in the love of God and one another to which Jesus called us. Listen to scripture and to the story of one man’s journey of transformation rooted in what he learned as a child growing up in church – that moral values follow the path of love.< Less
Hearts in the Wilderness: Journeys into the moral economy of eighteenth century Britain By Ron Southern
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In this series of interrelated narrative essays, historian Ron Southern explores some of the difficulties of living a righteous life in 18th century England, Scotland, Ireland and the Middle East.... More > Using the letters and journals of John Wesley, Richard Viney and John Cennick, first hand accounts of Presbyterian revival, and Moravian congregation and missionary diaries, he attempts to conjure the sensibilities of the Christly faced with the exigencies of living in a world dominated by Satan. In so doing he paints a vivid picture of the denizens of the 18th century street, of a geography where the chapel extended into the field, where marshes, deserts and woods were real manifestations of good and evil, and where every action and thought gave an insight into the battle between Heaven and Hell.< Less
Hearts in the Wilderness: Journeys into the moral economy of eighteenth century Britain By Ron Southern
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In this series of interrelated narrative essays, historian Ron Southern explores some of the difficulties of living a righteous life in 18th century England, Scotland, Ireland and the Middle East.... More > Using the letters and journals of John Wesley, Richard Viney and John Cennick, first hand accounts of Presbyterian revival, and Moravian congregation and missionary diaries, he attempts to conjure the sensibilities of the Christly faced with the exigencies of living in a world dominated by Satan. In so doing he paints a vivid picture of the denizens of the 18th century street, of a geography where the chapel extended into the field, where marshes, deserts and woods were real manifestations of good and evil, and where every action and thought gave an insight into the battle between Heaven and Hell.< Less

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